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RedHanded the podcast jumps head first into all manner of macabre madness. We cover everything from big time serial killers (and those you may never have heard of), to hauntings, possessions, disturbing mysteries, bizarre whodunits and basically anything that tickles our creepy fancy. So, join us, plug in, sit back and prepare for scares.
 
The School for Mothers Podcast disrupts the idea that once we’re a mother, life is done. Join entrepreneur and mother of 10, Danusia Malina-Derben as she interviews badass mothers about how they’re answering the question: How can I be a mother and still be me? She hears from celebrities, well-known authors, heavyweight entrepreneurs, global activists, career powerhouses, influencers, & leading experts. Be prepared for truth bombs, potty mouth moments and big dollops of inspiration.
 
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Anton LaVey, founder and head priest of the Church of Satan, led a controversial life; he was linked to the death of a famous Hollywood starlet and even a Kennedy brother. In this episode Hannah and Suruthi explore LaVey's early life, from burlesque organ player, to occultist, to being labelled by some as "the most evil man in the world". Join the …
 
This week I’m exploring ambition and motherhood with Anna Paula Tediosi, author of Ambition Factor: Rewriting the story of working mothers. I question what ambition for mothers looks like across different cultures. We talk working motherhood, different types of ambition, and how we can increase (not decrease) our ambition whilst raising kids. Read …
 
Watch the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5EQGk3H77w&t=49s&ab_channel=RedHanded Calling all Spooky Bitches! Did you know that RedHaunted is back and better than ever on the RedHanded YouTube channel?! 👻 In case you missed it, we’ve decided to upload this little audio highlight for you to feast your ears on… If you like what you …
 
Is a glass of wine the escape that mothers really need? My guests today are Kate Baily and Mandy Manners, authors of Love Yourself Sober: A Self-Care Guide to Alcohol-Free Living for Busy Mothers. We explore the role of alcohol in relationships, motherhood + "mummy-wine" and the marketing of alcohol. If you're wondering whether alcohol has a place …
 
Every menopause has its own story - and here’s mine. In this episode I share a part of my own journey - which was included in Kaye Adams and Vicky Allan’s book STILL HOT! As Kaye and Vicky say “Let's rejoice as we step free of the menopausal closet. The menopause is not one story, but many and diverse . . . and, whatever your experience, you are no…
 
In 1983, in an unassuming suburb of North London ,some plumbers were called out to fix an un-flushable toilet. This already unpleasant job was made much worse by the distinctly hand shaped bones mixed in with lumps of human flesh blocking the drains. This discovery would lead to the arrest of Britain's most notorious necrophile, Dennis Nilsen. The …
 
"Life is undulating". My guest this week is illustrator Alessandra Olanow and we're exploring all things PLAN, or rather when things don't quite go as planned. Alessandra shares how she pivoted in the wake of her divorce and the death of her mother. We also explore how going off-piste from plans is opportunity for growth, healing and magic. Read my…
 
Play is a powerful thing - but how do we bring more of it into busy (and stressful!) lives? That's exactly what this Sunday Supplement with Emma Worrollo is answering. We explore the power of play, why it's important for kids and adults, and how we can become more playful in our daily lives. From playful decorating tips to playful philosophy - this…
 
It’s July, we’re RedHanded and football is (maybe) coming home! So, to celebrate, we’re delivering some of our Patreon exclusive best bits straight to your ear holes. With highlights from In the News, our monthly true crime news round-up, Under the Duvet our post-show after-party where we discuss everything from current affairs to our latest empty-…
 
UK TOUR 2021 - new dates added! Get your tickets here: https://linktr.ee/RedHandedthepod 30th December 2000, in Setagaya Japan, the Miyazawa family were preparing for the upcoming festivities. Tragically, however, the family wouldn't live to see the new year because that night they were all brutally murdered in their own home. A plethora of evidenc…
 
Unpacking the evolutionary pressure of being a woman. My guest this week is Dr. Anna Smajdor and we're exploring the pressure on women to reproduce and become mothers - and what that means in reality for us as individuals and a collective. We question whether men are put under pressure in the same way, the ethics of the motherhood experience, and t…
 
On the 7th of October 1998, 21-year old Matthew Shepard was found tied to a prairie fence at the end of a remote dirt track in Laramie, Wyoming. The young gay man had been pistol-whipped in the head over 20 times, and his brain stem had been crushed. He died 6 days later in hospital. This case went on to become arguably the most infamous gay hate c…
 
Raising teen girls - does it have to be hard...?! Lorraine Candy joins me to talk about the realities of raising teen girls - the subject of her new Sunday Times Bestselling book, ‘Mum, What’s Wrong with You?’: 101 Things Only Mothers of Teenage Girls Know. I question whether the teen years really have to be so hard and what's the best way forward …
 
What does it take to keep fanning the flames of our own ambition whilst raising kids? Entrepreneur and Wellness Business Coach, Kirsty Kianifard joins me for an episode exploring how we can set ourselves and our families up for success, whatever that may look like for each of us. We talk raising children with special needs, embedding our achievemen…
 
The concluding part of this series explores Savile’s strange relationship with his mother, God and the BBC. The girls examine the mountains of evidence that piled up long before Savile’s death and ask how everyone turned a blind eye to child abuse, rape and necrophilia… Cast your Listeners' Choice Awards vote here: https://www.britishpodcastawards.…
 
What's the problem with being an angry woman? This week I'm joined by actress and writer Julie Graham to explore all things RAGE. Yes, we're tapping into the power of all things anger and more. We cover: Fierce Feminism Why we aren't "allowed" to show rage or anger How this holds us back Menopause + Mental Health Why being attractive is 100% not ou…
 
For decades, TV presenter Jimmy Savile was idolised as a national treasure in Britain. He was knighted, awarded an OBE, he rubbed shoulders with royalty, prime ministers and he ruled the roost at the BBC. Savile also raised millions for charity, for which he was rewarded with the literal keys to hospitals and children's homes across the country. Th…
 
Looking for a dose of inspiration? I'm joined by my guest, entrepreneur, and founder of Absolute Collagen Maxine Laceby, to talk all things business + motherhood, menopause, SAHM and the power of stripping back to build up again (and SO much more). Maxine shares her journey from 25 years as a Stay at Home Mother to going to University at 50 and ont…
 
Thanks to ‘NOW’, and the new show ‘The Nevers’, we’re taking all you spooky bitches on a trip to Victorian London for an extra special bonus episode. And it’s a wild one...in fact, today’s episode resulted in one of the most sensational trials of the time - so big, that the future King of Sweden made the trip all the way to The Old Bailey just to w…
 
"We need to start looking at what it is to see black people thriving because the floor is not a good enough bar". My guest, Mars Lord, has the mic to say what needs to be said on the topic of Black Maternity. This is a no-holds-barred, clarion call for change to be made. We cover racism in maternity and beyond, what the government needs to do and h…
 
Hello, all you non-Patron pals! Boy, do we have a treat for you... We've cut together some of our Patreon exclusive best bits from the month of May - you know, to give you a taste of what we get up to over here. This round-up includes highlights from 'In The News' our monthly show that gets stuck into the headlines of all things true crime, 'Under …
 
When Cindy James' decomposing body was found bound and dumped outside an abandoned house, those who knew her best were horrified - but not entirely shocked. Cindy had been harassed and attacked by a seemingly all-knowing and malevolent stalker for almost a decade. But, in all those years, despite the thousands of hours of police work spent trying t…
 
Making a life that incorporates all of our talents. Today's guest Dr. Pam Spurr, a self-help expert, psychologist, and now painter. We explore what it takes to MAKE a vibrant and fulfilling life in and amongst motherhood (during university studies), big careers and busy family life. Pam shares her experiences as a relationships expert in the media …
 
What are the "rules" of being a woman? Do they include becoming a mother? This week's episode is all about whether motherhood is a calling and what that means for women who don't become mothers. My guest this week is author Glynnis MacNicol. In 2018 her memoir, No One Tells You This, Glynnis explores the question "If the story doesn’t end with marr…
 
It’s time to get real about the impacts of the pandemic on motherhood. It’s not just homeschooling that’s taken a toll on us all, it’s as if motherhood has gone under a microscope and there’s no returning to normal. My guest Katherine Goldstein, host of the Double Shift Podcast, and I explore: Why it’s time to choose anger over guilt Who has to ste…
 
In July 2016 Max Spiers, a British conspiracy theorist, sent his mother a series of bizarre texts about how he was terrified for his life. Days later Max was found dead, after having vomited up 2 litres of black liquid. Things only became stranger when people realised that Max was meant to speak at a conference the following day about a high power …
 
The pubs are re-opening indoors! And to celebrate, this week we have a gift for all of you soon-to-be spooky bitch patrons. We’ve cut together a handful of the absolute best bits from this month's exclusive RedHanded Patreon content. With highlights from In the News, our monthly true crime news round-up, Under the Duvet our post-show after-party wh…
 
Finding what helps us come back to mental wellness, in and amongst motherhood. For episode #130, I’m joined by writer and author Jessica Friedmann. In this no-holds-barred conversation we explore the mental health and political impact of motherhood and Jessica’s journey with PPD and maternal mental illness. Read my book, NOISE: A Manifesto Modernis…
 
On 22 March 2018, 19 year old Ezra McCandless stood barefoot, covered in blood banging on the door of a remote Wisconsin farmhouse. She was hysterical and claimed that she’d been attacked by her ex-boyfriend, but the scene police found in the woods told a very different story... Book! (Including limited signed copies): https://linktr.ee/RedHanded_B…
 
Between 1993 and 1998, eight women went missing from an area around Dublin that became known as the ‘Vanishing Triangle’. Was there a link? Speculation abounded. There were whispers of a serial killer, responsible for some, if not all, of these cases. But nobody was ever brought to justice. Twenty years later, the brutal murder of Jastine Valdez di…
 
Having the space to DREAM and think big. My guest this week is entrepreneur Justice Williams MBE. We explore Justice's journey from prison to MBE, raising black sons, the importance of role models in dreaming and her work inspiring young people to dream, which led to her MBE award. Get my book, NOISE: A Manifesto Modernising Modernhood About my gue…
 
During Liberia’s first bloody civil war, Joshua Milton Blahyi - aka General Butt Naked - was the nation’s most feared warlord. It is estimated that he is responsible for the deaths of at least 20,000 people, lives he destroyed as he raped and ravaged his way through Liberia using human sacrifice and cannibalism to give him and his army of child sol…
 
Unpacking creativity and individuality in amongst the BOND of mothering. My guest today is published poet, sound artist, and creative alchemist, Elana Bell. This soulful + down-to-earth episode explores: The world of mother-daughter bonds Making space for creativity within motherhood Rhythms of life as a mother and the deep interiors of women’s liv…
 
Getting real about motherhood with sitcom writer, author, and mother...ish, Liz Astrof. In this rip-roaring episode, Liz and I talk selfishness, being a Stay at Work Mother, therapy, and whether Liz regrets having kids (she doesn’t). If you’re in the mood for snark and realness about the highs and lows of motherhood, this is the ep for you! Get my …
 
In 2007 Chris Benoit was one of the biggest stars of the WWE. And he was known for his almost masochistic dedication to his craft, so when he didn’t show up to work one day his colleagues quickly called the police. At the Benoit home, officers discovered a nightmarish scene that would change the face of professional wrestling forever... BOOK! Pre-o…
 
RedHaunted is back, and in video form (for all $10+ Patrons)! This time we learn three key things: Pennsylvania is the land of civil war ghosts. Don’t steal from haunted attics. If your child starts chatting with a ghost in the basement, don’t keep digging. If you have a spooky story of your own, send it to redhandedpatreon@gmail.com BOOK! Pre-orde…
 
“Invisible and Unacknowledged” < that’s one way to describe The Mental Load. My guest for this episode is feminist cartoon artist & computer science engineer Emma Clit. We’re exploring all things MENTAL LOAD. Emma’s comic strips deftly highlight the domestic inequalities in heterosexual couples and our conversation takes a deeper look into this. We…
 
You know those times when you think things really can’t get any worse?…and then they do. Today’s episode is all about getting your arse kicked (by life!) and picking yourself back up again. My guest for this fab convo is Susie Lodge, Founder of Wiki Places for Kids. We get right into how to overcome obstacles over and over again in business, life, …
 
Between September 1992 and November 1993 the remains of seven backpackers were found dotted around Australia’s Belanglo State Forest. The long putrefied bodies had all been shot multiple times by the same .22 calibre rifle, some had snapped spines, others had been used as target practice. Despite all signs pointing to the Milat family, the real cha…
 
Dealing with the BLOWs of life. My guest today is Eleanor Tweddell author of Why Losing Your Job Could Be The Best Thing That Ever Happens To You. We're exploring the highs and lows of success + failure, anger/revenge and getting in agreement with it. Top quote from this episode's got to be "I don't give a shit anymore" Trigger warning for this epi…
 
We're challenging stereotypes in today's Sunday Supplement episode. My guest, Clare Willetts, and I explore the dangers of stereotypes and the impact they have on individuality, creativity and worldview. From 'girl' toy aisles that are 100% pink and baby mad, to the hyper-masculine 'boy' aisles that encourage destruction and fighting - the noise ar…
 
On the 30th of March 2005, passers-by began to notice something odd floating down Dublin's Royal Canal. At first they told themselves it was just a mannequin, but when a leg soon popped up - complete with a sock clinging to a putrefying foot - the dismembered limbs became harder to ignore... BOOK! Pre-order your RedHanded book here: https://linktr.…
 
Is life a STAGE? The multi-talented Nicole Ansari joins me for a conversation on STAGE. Whether that's her on-stage (and screen) roles, setting the stage as a director, the different stages of life and so much more (including the hemp/cannabis had on Nicole's life and work) "It's in the uncomfortable moments that change and transformation and the d…
 
Emily Kenway is a writer and activist. As a former advisor to the UK's first Anti-Slavery Commissioner she was at the heart of modern slavery action. She has written for a variety of publications including the Guardian and TLS. In 2019, over 10,000 possible victims of slavery were found in the UK. From men working in Sports Direct warehouses for ba…
 
How do we find Zen in and amongst the NOISE of motherhood? Today I’m joined by Founders of Zen Mana and Hollywood actresses and entrepreneurs, Sarah Wright Olsen (Mad Men, Parks & Recs, Spinning Out) and Teresa Palmer (Sky TV’s, A Discovery of Witches). We have a down-to-earth conversation about Finding our Zen in and amongst life/motherhood/the-wh…
 
In 2019 a few hungry men went looking for food at a local soup kitchen in Birmingham; here they met an aid worker who was horrified to discover the suffering they had endured at the hands of a notorious Polish crime family. Following this encounter Operation Fort - the biggest modern slavery investigation in the history of the UK - was sparked. In …
 
How do we FEED our ambition? I’m joined by TV Chef and "Challah Mummy" Allegra Benitah for a conversation on FEED. We get right into: - What FEEDs Allegra’s ambition and how this has changed over the years - What FEEDs her passion for all things challah and growing fruit and veg at home - Allegra’s decision to step away from her career as a Magic C…
 
In the late 90s Pastor Åsa Waldau became the leader of the Knutby Pentecostal church. She had already been sacked from such a post in Uppsala after having "inappropriate relationships'' with the teenage boys in her congregation, but that wasn't about to stop Åsa. In Knutby she doubled the size of the sect and soon decided that she was in fact the b…
 
We're reclaiming JOY on the podcast with Molly Mahar, founder of Stratejoy! Here’s a fab quote from Molly > “I’m not afraid of joy. I'm more afraid of boredom and numbness than I am of grief or despair. So I think that's the flipside of letting joy in. You have to let the hard ones in too.” YES to that - it’s about feeling it all! We get into: - Re…
 
“The mother is the beginning of everything yet she’s often the last called to the table” Dr Aurelie Athan joins me for an episode about motherhood, identity, and so much more. Aurelie’s a reproductive psychologist and faculty member at Columbia University where she’s revived the term Matrescence. Her work is revolutionary - unlike the majority of a…
 
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